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Corruption and firm-level productivity: greasing or sanding effect?
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018)
Purpose: Corruption was ranked among the top five biggest obstacles affecting the operation of enterprises in Africa and was rated as a severe obstacle by close to 40 percent of firms in the sample. Consequently, the ...
Labour productivity among small-and medium-scale enterprises in Uganda: the role of innovation
Using the 2013 World Bank Enterprise Survey data for Uganda, this paper employs the quintile estimation technique to explain the relationship between labour productivity and innovation among SMEs. Innovation involves the ...
Technical and vocational education and training in Uganda: A critical analysis
This article undertakes a diagnostic study of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) subsector with the rationale of characterizing the subsector and identifying the areas of potential strengths and ...
Wages and Labour Productivity in African Manufacturing
We examine the relationship between labour productivity and wages using a sample of manufacturing firms in 39 African countries. The analysis is based on the World Bank’s enterprise survey data. Controlling for regressor ...